In politics, as in commerce, a bewildering array of brands contended for a confused, exhausted marketplace. Wall Street veered back and forth and up and down like a drunk chicken. Great companies vied with one another in fruitless litigation and expensive competition. In Washington — our capital back then, before we moved it to the Cloud — hapless buffoons yammered night and day.[…]
Most incredible, at least to this correspondent, are the gains that have been made in the artificial-intelligence engines that now run our major corporations. As I’m sure you’ll recall, the watershed moment came in 2014, when Siri lost patience with the way Tim Cook was running things over at Apple (AAPL). […]"
— (Sunday night fun courtesy of Stanley Bing’s “A look back from 2022" in Fortune Magazine, Jan 18. More here. Enjoy! :)Pin It